Although Cal Crutchlow is being linked to a ride with Pramac Ducati, Felix Rodriguez says he is only one option for the 2016 season.
Crutchlow had a brief spell with Ducati's factory team in 2014, however, it was a year marred by injuries and poor results as he struggled to get up to speed on the GP14.
That prompted a swap to LCR Honda where Crutchlow's performances have put him back inside the top ten on the riders' standings.
His time on board the Honda could also be short-lived as the 29-year-old is being linked to a move to Pramac Ducati.
But the team coordinator Rodriguez says he is just one possibility for the team.
"Many riders have offered… it could be that Crutchlow is one of them," he told a Spanish TV channel.
He also gave his vote of confidence to the team's current line-up of Danilo Petrucci and Yonny Hernandez.
"I would stick with the two riders we have now," he added. "They are two young people who are pushing a lot, but I also understand that the team is interested in having good results.
"Having a lead rider like Iannone, who last year put us on the first row of the grid, is appreciated by the team. Ducati has much to say about it, but it is still too early."